We review the Samsung QN95A (similar to US QN90A) Neo QLED TV with Mini LED backlighting, covering various aspects of picture quality including:
0:00 Intro including Neo QLED vs OLED
0:38 Difference between QN95A & USA QN90A
1:02 VA or IPS LCD panel?
1:25 Local dimming performance
3:39 SDR colour accuracy
4:28 Motion handling
5:45 Video processing including upscaling
6:39 Screen uniformity
6:57 HDR peak brightness
9:01 Gaming including input lag in [Game Mode]
12:00 Bright-room performance
12:36 Viewing angles
12:56 Design including One Connect Box
13:27 Solar remote
Our review sample is the 65-inch Samsung QE65QN95A, but the QN95A is also available in 55-inch (model number QE55QN95A), 75-inch (QE75QN95A) & 85-inch (QE85QN95A) versions.
Note that Samsung's 4K flagship Neo QLED in the USA is the QN90A which should deliver similar picture quality, but lacks the separate One Connect Box, and so only offers one HDMI 2.1 port out of its four HDMI connections.
The "Includes Paid Promotion" message in this video refers to the sponsorship by UK electrical retailer Crampton & Moore Leeds. If you're thinking about buying a new TV, even if it's not the Samsung QN95A, please support this channel by considering buying from them. Call 0113 244 6607, mention HDTVTest, and you'll receive great price and service:
**Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Reviews, Sneak Peeks & Tips:
VISIT HDTV Test